Can Georgia handle its growing external debt?
How did the pandemic affect the lari exchange rate and can it be fixed? Expert opinion
Residents of Azerbaijan can order online goods for no more than $ 300, otherwise they will have to pay duties in the amount of more than half of the cost of the goods
Crypto mining continues in the republic, using vast amounts of eletric power
Why coronavirus had nothing to do with it and what really happened
These two huge sanatoria used to belong to the Russian military. The Abkhaz authorities have since regained control of them, however, they have been unable to stop them decaying
The country still needs to improve the government institutions that contribute to ensuring a competitive environment, the report says
Yerevan is negotiating with airlines and partners in the EAEU
Georgia redirects 180 mln euros in funding intended for infrastructure development to counter pandemic
The issue of building a gas storage facility in Georgia remains open
Figures from the first half of 2020 fell by half compared to the same period in 2019
Entrepreneurs who import goods will have to pay more for customs clearance, and street vendors need to comply with a number of restrictions
$225,000 worth of pensions were recently issued in Abkhazia for dead people. The fraud is being investigated - and pensioners now stand in queues at the bank for weeks.
Tkuarchal residents hope more for tourists than for the restoration of the mines
Taxi services are at the center of a large scandal: the state structure is trying to take everything into its own hands
Why has this situation arisen and what might it lead to
After a year-long break, the fight between activists, ecologist and the company Lydian Armenia for the gold-mine hills has started once again. There can be no compromise. The government has taken to waiting them out.
Half a million Russian tourists have already arrived in Abkhazia, and the new outbreak of coronavirus infections is less frightening to many than the threat of missing the tourist season
Giorgi Kervalishvili returned to Georgia from Europe at the start of the pandemic. Now he's started a new life growing unique strains of grapes and his rare wine has taken over the market
The Armenian authorities are publishing figures on the success of anti-crisis programmes to cope with the economic consequences of the coronavirus.
There is a critical shortage of food in South Ossetia.
Due to the coronavirus, Georgia's total trade turnover in the first half of 2020 decreased by more than a billion dollars
The pandemic brought Armenian wine and brandy production to a halt. The producers’ losses will hit farmers, as they have a rich harvest of grapes, but factories are not in a position to begin purchasing